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  1. Jeff

    Tie.jpeg

    how did you do the knot?
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    SEAHAWKMAN!!!

    that's really awesome. how long did that take to make?
  3. Jeff

    tapestry project

    I recently purchased some 20g 7/64" rings for an inlay project and have promptly gone back to 16g 1/4" rings instead as I'm more comfortable working with that size. I bring this up because I hadn't realize just how small 20g 7/64" rings are. that fact that you make a 5'x7' project using rings of that size is equal parts impressive and insane. Keep up the good work!
  4. Jeff

    Lantern Corps

    This is a 4 in 1 European weave using 16g 1/4" anodized aluminum rings. It does all nine lantern Corps logos from the comic series Green Lantern.
  5. Jeff

    Tie.jpeg

    is that a 4 in 1 European or 6 in 1? also how do you wear it?
  6. Jeff

    Inlays For Dummies!

    I figured that out by accident and now I use it to mark what I have already done in a different color so I can start and stop easily.
  7. http://www.theringlord.org/forum/index.php?/topic/11295-inlays-for-dummies/ here is a forum link with how to install and use the program.
  8. Jeff

    First successful 3d byz render

    I almost always use three connector rings and regularly us multiple colors. I understand why you would think two colors would look good with two rings but in my opinion three rings gives you a lot more creative freedom.
  9. That's not a bad idea. I understand chainmail is already pretty close based on how the rings connect but they also aren't at the same time. doing a japanese weave is an interesting idea though.
  10. So I recently had an idea to try and recreate the post impressionist style of Georges Seurat. He painted using dots of color rather than brush strokes, so when viewed far it looks normal but viewed close up and it would be a bunch of colors. would using a small ring with a one ring grid lines and colored rings of four or nine squares be able to reproduce a similar effect? anyone have any thoughts? I have a bunch of projects on my to do list so I won't be able to even attempt something like this but was curious what other's thought of the idea.
  11. Jeff

    Looking to expand my ring inventory

    I generally use 16g 1/4", but I've recently branched out to 20g 7/64" in mainly do inlays but I also do Byzantine, box chain, and 4-in-2 rosette jewelry.
  12. Jeff

    Inlay Frame

    Hey guys, I have been making a lot of inlays lately and some of them are some pretty big projects. Does anyone have any recommendations for how to hang them or possibly frame them?
  13. Jeff

    Getting started on a dice bag questions

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Legend-of-Zelda-Triforce-Chainmaille-Dice-Bag/ Here is an instructable for how to make a dice bag. I would ignore the part about the body but it has good info on the base. It's pretty much what R666Rider said but with pictures.
  14. Jeff

    Byzantine color combo ideas.

    the brown green looks really good. sort of woodland/elven in my option.
  15. Jeff

    tiny inlay

    What time sizes for you use for these?
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